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Men have privilege in our country that women do not have, in the home, the workplace, in social situations and in the general public.

If you think that there isn’t a problem then you are the problem.

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4. Don’t be a bitch. But also don’t be weak. But try to come off as a little bit weak so you don’t come off as totally bitchy. But also don’t be weak because you need a thick skin. Thick, porcelain, white, soft skin. Soft to the touch by the hands of a man.

Work, Work, and Work Some More for Little Benefit to Yourself - Jenn Schiffer

Hair Inspo - Kristine Guico

I want those curls

vintage-kisses:

This photo is of my town, it’s in quite a poor part and when I passed it on the bus I really realised how true it is

vintage-kisses:

This photo is of my town, it’s in quite a poor part and when I passed it on the bus I really realised how true it is

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shinybeetle:

Basim Magdy, 13 Essential Rules for Understanding the World, 2011

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jessicavalenti:

Some days give you hope: Students help Columbia rape survivor carry mattress in solidarity
(Photo credit: Kiera Wood/Columbia Spectator)

Fuck yeah, this girl and all those supporting her are amazing.

jessicavalenti:

Some days give you hope: Students help Columbia rape survivor carry mattress in solidarity

(Photo credit: Kiera Wood/Columbia Spectator)

Fuck yeah, this girl and all those supporting her are amazing.

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I dream of this also

I dream of this also

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lordofmasks: Magic Cat now in gif form

lordofmasks: Magic Cat now in gif form

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Todd Snyder SS15

Another great example of the lack of generosity is the current campaign to end weekend penalty rates in industries like retailing and hospitality. Unsurprisingly, the vested interests that funded Abbott’s election campaign argue that they are bad for business – but most Australians know that penalties are built into the wage structure of weekend workers. If penalties were removed, hospitality workers would be denied a living wage. Like their American counterparts they would have to rely on tips to get by. Abolishing penalty rates would also send the worst-possible message to the community about the value we place on the dignity of labour. To me, there is dignity in all work. If we scrap weekend penalty rates, the message we send is that even though shop assistants or hospitality workers are prepared to work hard, they don’t deserve the living wage that we pay to people in other jobs.

Anthony Albanese: Kiss the ‘fair go’ goodbye: Tony Abbott gives individualism absolute priority (via clambistro)

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You fucking fuck Tony, I have never worked harder and cried more in a job than in my time in the hospitality industry and I won’t ever think it’s ok to rob the people who serve you and your minions of their hard earned weekends and public holidays.

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Honey toast in the bath at 5:15pm

thequeerclone:

the fact that there have been no leaked nudes in my dashboard proves that i’m following the right people

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